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Religion in Tudor England

 Resource from the National Archives and the Victoria and Albert Museum answers the question Was there freedom of religion in England during the reigns of Henry VIII and his children? Explore the religious turmoil of the times and shifts in
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 Resource from the National Archives and the Victoria and Albert Museum answers the question: Was there freedom of religion in England during the reigns of Henry VIII and his children? Explore the religious turmoil of the times and shifts in religious practice.

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